Fans of the Mississippi Braves and Biloxi Shuckers might remember Dylan Moore. He was the M-Braves’ regular shortstop much of 2017 and spent part of last season with the Shuckers, not garnering much attention at either stop. He got some on Saturday when he made his first major league start. Playing third base for Seattle, Moore committed errors on three consecutive ground balls in the ninth inning, allowing Boston to score three runs and close to within 6-5 of the Mariners. Fortunately for Moore — who went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts as a hitter — and the M’s, that’s how it ended. To his credit, Moore didn’t hide or make excuses for his tough day. “I’ll be the first to tell you I have to make all three of those plays every single time,” he told the Seattle Times. Seattle signed the veteran minor leaguer, 26, to a big league contract in the off-season after he put up some good numbers at Triple-A in Milwaukee’s system. He can run, has some pop in his bat and can play several positions. He’ll have better days.